Content for Thursday, March 3, 2016

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Big-hill bikeway into Mission Valley

After five years in planning phase, construction begins

Construction began Tuesday (March 1) on a bikeway to run from Adams Avenue to Camino del Rio South next to the I-15, and a phalanx of wonks, elected and agency officials, planners, supporters, and neighborhood ...

San Diego County declares war on HIV

New case reported every 18 hours?

San Diego on Tuesday (March 1) moved closer to the rollout of a program with the ambitious goal of completely eliminating new cases of HIV within the county. In 2014, the San Diego County Board ...

The Chargers stadium and a vanished Faulconer political operative

Mission Valley aide slips away on mysterious vacation as downtown football battle looms

Where is Anthony George and what is he up to? Back in March 2014, newly elected San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer announced George would join his city hall staff as the mayor's "community representative" for ...

Bikers can take a hike

Business districts resist giving up parking spaces for bicycle lanes

Little Italy's Business Improvement District prefers to preserve parking spaces rather than allocate street space for bike lanes through the heart of the district. In a February 23 letter to business owners and residents, Little ...

Burgers and beer, then and now

La Jolla Tap and The Shack

It’s easy to talk about a restaurant’s food. Almost too easy. Sometimes there are better stories to be told if you go a little deeper. In the mid-‘90s, all we wanted was cold Tecate, cheap ...

Romney rips Trump in speech

Was ex-presidential candidate/La Jolla homeowner asked to attack?

Mitt Romney, the losing Republican presidential candidate in 2012, today (March 3), tore into Donald Trump in a speech at the Hinckley Institute in Utah. Romney, who bought a La Jolla home after his 2012 ...

Hand-dredged history

“Built-up sediment puts more pressure on the dam than does water."

One sign of the dredging of Old Mission Dam in Mission Trails Regional Park is an approximately 435-cubic-yard mound of sediment in a Santee parking lot. Dredging started February 17, and the City of San ...

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